Be the Boss Over Cancer

In today's job market, it's imperative to be able to effectively communicate your value as a potential employee in 15 seconds or less.

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Stressing over the small stuff can be avoided. Read on to learn some helpful ways to combat inevitable workplace stress.

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Shop Beauty with Benefits, with new proceeds benefiting Cancer and Careers. Because a little makeup can make a big difference!

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Read about how other working people with cancer have navigated the cancer experience in our Collective Diary, and share your own story.

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Your resume probably won’t get you the job, but it could get you the interview. CareerBuilder recently came out with a great infographic that's chock-full of tips & tricks to help guide the resume-crafting process.

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Achieving a harmony between your work and personal life is no easy task, but is an important part of establishing and maintaining emotional balance.

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Hi, everyone! My name’s Elissa Burnstein and I’m thrilled to be the new Director of Development at Cancer and Careers.

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A recent study shows that the majority of women treated for breast cancer returned to their prediagnosis working time.

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Here's a quick peak at where we've been lately and where we're heading next.

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Last week the Wall Street Journal came out with a great infographic guiding you through the complex maze of Facebook's privacy settings. See some of the highlights here!

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We're thrilled to announce the premier of How to Maintain Focus at Work, the first of our How-To video series made possible through a generous grant from the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer Fund!

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79% of survey respondents feel that cancer recovery is aided by the routine nature of work.

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Spa Week will be taking place April 15th-21st all over the country. Participating spas are offering $50 massages, facials, and other spa treatments with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Cancer and Careers.

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A new study finds that only 6% of companies plan to dismantle their employee health care plans in the next three to five years. Many employers, however, are looking to implement plan design changes that could affect patients and survivors.

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Marissa Mayer unfortunately announced that Yahoo was no longer allowing employees to work from home, but the backlash has been heartening.

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QVC, one of our newest sponsors, submitted their community giving video (where CAC was one of 5 select charities) into the 2013 Corporate Citizenship Film Festival!

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NPR recently wrote a piece on the employee experience taking time off under the FMLA, and their findings illustrate how important it is to know the protections available at your company.

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We here at Cancer and Careers talk a lot about building and protecting your online brand. We urge our audience to think carefully about the personal information they post, as it could potentially hinder career success.

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Do you ever feel like you're just sending your resume into a black hole? Here are some tips to help get your resume through the applicant filtering technologies that many companies are using today.

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Registration is now open for CAC’s 3rd annual National Conference on Work & Cancer! Experts will be covering everything from job search and career change, to legal and insurance issues and more.

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